Julie Voyce

Julie Voyce

Beelzebub’s Ambush, 2010, linocut print on kozuka paper, 15.5 x 10 in. 

Julie Voyce included in exhibition at the MOCCA
This is Paradise | Place as state of mind
The Cameron Public House and 1980’s Toronto

“10 Artists who deserve a solo show at the New Museum.”  “L Magazine” spearheaded by curator and writer Paddy Johnson

Julie Voyce graduated from the Ontario College of Art in 1980. She has exhibited internationally with exhibitions at Museum of Contemporary Art (Sydney), National Museum of Contemporary Art (Korea), Museum of Contemporary Art (Toronto), Art Gallery of Alberta (Edmonton), Southern Alberta Art Gallery (Lethbridge), Novosibirsk State Art Museum (Russia), Tom Thomson Gallery (Canada), Art Gallery of Hamilton (Canada), British International Print Biennale (England) and Mercer Union (Toronto). Her work has been reviewed on numberous occasions by art critiques RM Vaughan, Gary Michael Dault, Christopher Humes, Blake Gopnik, Sarah Milroy, Stuart Reid, Sally McKay, Paddy Johnson and John Bentley Mays. Julie’s work is included in many corporate and private collections: The Canada Council Art Bank, the Art Gallery of Mississauga, The Museum of Modern Art Library, The Edward P. Taylor Research Library @ the AGO, The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Osler Hoskin & Harcourt, Ernst & Young, Art Metropole, The Bank of Montreal and the Banque Nationale du Canada.

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Julie Voyce 2011, True Friend, linocut print on kozuka paper, 15.5 x 10 in.

Bunyan’s Vegas, 2010, linocut print on kozuka paper, 20×15.75 in.

Pink Nun, 2010, linocut print on kozuka paper, 20×15.75 in.,

1 Comments

February 3, 2013 6:26 pm

Heather

Beautiful Work.

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